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Komen Atlanta’s Worship in Pink program invites Atlanta’s faith-based organizations to come together to spread the lifesaving message of breast cancer early detection. WIP is a program designed to open the lines of communication about breast health, promote breast cancer education and celebrate the lives of those who have fought against breast cancer.

Komen Atlanta is a recipient of the Breast Cancer License Tag Grant. The purpose of this grant is to expands breast cancer education, screening, access, and outreach as well as treatment services. Thanks to Georgia CORE, we will be able to expand the Worship in Pink education program in Henry County. This will enable us to conduct breast cancer 101 workshops, educate more faith-based organizations in Henry County, and screen 200 women in the area.

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Participating in Worship in Pink is simple. Komen Atlanta provides each organization with a planning toolkit, as well as FREE calendars filled with updated breast health information. Each congregation is encouraged to use the Worship in Pink program to celebrate breast cancer survivors and co-survivors in their community within October. For example, your organization could host a special luncheon for survivors, encourage the congregation to wear pink or invite survivors to speak about their experiences with the disease.
**Unfortunately, we are out of calendars for the 2016-2017 calendar year. Please stay tuned as we gear up for Worship in Pink 2017!

Still have questions on what WIP is and how it works? Find your answers here – worship-in-pink-faq

Are you coordinating Worship in Pink for your organization? Read our wip-toolkit to get you started with programming suggestions, sample scripts and other information!

Komen Atlanta provides the following free downloadable materials to enhance your Worship in Pink Program. Please feel free to download them and make copies as you see fit. Spanish materials are available upon request.

Breast Health Educational Materials
What is Breast Cancer?
Breast Health Basics
Breast Cancer Detection
Mammography Card
Young Women & Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer in Men
Racial & Ethnic Differences

Fore more information on low-cost screening and diagnostics services, treatment and support available to you, click here. 

If you would like to learn more or have any questions, please contact Trista McGlamery at (404) 814-0052 or tmcglamery@komenatlanta.org. We hope that you will participate in Worship in Pink and help us create a world without breast cancer.